🚨REPORT : It appears that Leeds United is targeting a £3.4 million star to potentially replicate the success of Crysencio Summerville


Leeds United is reportedly interested in signing Eredivisie attacker Couhaib Driouech this summer, amidst a potentially busy transfer window. After failing to secure promotion to the Premier League, Daniel Farke’s side may lose key players to European teams, including Archie Gray, Wilfried Gnonto, and Crysencio Summerville.

To bolster their attacking options, Leeds is eyeing Driouech, who has attracted interest from around ten clubs, including Sevilla and PSV.

The 22-year-old Excelsior forward has impressed with six goals and six assists in 24 starts in the Eredivisie, showcasing his potential as a scorer and creator.

Leeds may need to convince him to join the Championship side amidst interest from top-tier teams, but the potential signing could be a masterstroke, given their success with Summerville, who was signed from Feyenoord for just £1.3m in 2021.

Summerville’s breakthrough season in the Championship saw him win the Player of the Season award, and Driouech’s similar attacking style and potential make him an exciting prospect as a replacement. With Excelsior valuing him at around €4m (£3.4m), Leeds may need to negotiate a deal to secure his signature, but the potential reward could be significant.

Driouech’s ability to score and create goals, as well as his impressive dribbling and carrying skills, make him an attractive signing for Leeds. If they can secure a deal, they may find their next star from the Eredivisie, following in the footsteps of Summerville’s success.

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